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of these data centers, everything from walmart to microsoft. there is also a culture or commerce of renting space in dissenters. those are lesser-known names. one of them will sell you time on servers or space on servers. >> mr. glanz, what is contained inside these warehouse buildings? >> they're fairly boring places to visit. they are stacked with these modular computers called servers. one after the other after the other. it does not look like much. they draw a lot of electricity. all the things we rely on, we use the internet -- it all happens in these anonymous looking boxes called servers, thousands upon thousands of these things. >> if somebody has a gmail or yahoo account, that e-mail goes through one of these servers? >> it may. people make a mistake where they send a body to an e-mail on the same block. yahoo account, um accou that information has to have a server. and then send the information to your buddy down the street, it is troubled 2,000 miles, but the information goes down the block. >> -- has traveled 2,000 miles, but the information goes down the street. >> is a through
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? >>> and what a year it has been for tech. gadgets and gizmos. apple, facebook, microsoft all have big news. will 2013 be a lucky year for the sector? which tech titans might lead the new trends? simon hobbs is in at the new york stock exchange. >> good afternoon. when president obama arrives back in d.c., can he prevent america falling over the fiscal cliff? house republicans haven't yet called their members back to washington. our chief political correspondent, john harwood, is with us. john, this feels very much like it might be the calm before the storm in more way than one. >> it could be if we go over the cliff and the storm would be generated by the markets and the loss of confidence in american governance and the american economy, but that's not necessarily going to be the case. we still have a few days left. a white house official told me that there have been no progress over the last couple of days, but an aide to senator harry reid told me there's still a 50/50 chance we get a mini deal that would put off the effects of the cliff at least temporarily and a 50/50 chance of that ha
to nicole for a check on microsoft right now. of course that's stuart's favorite stock. what's it doing? >> that's right, he always discloses that he owns some shares. well, if he were to be watching right this moment he'd be disappointed because the stock here is down nearly 1%. the biggest loser in the dow jones industrials and the experts have been watching the shopping this holiday season, are not seeing the shoppers really buying windows 8, the latest microsoft software and saying while the parking lots have been full in the malls and such and apple store is bustling and people are leaving with packages, while people are intrigued with microsoft 8 they're not really getting in there and buying the new computers. so weak pc sales are hurting microsoft overall and windows 8 is just not bringing them in. down 1%, 27.20. >> stuart's symbol, when the stock is above 30, he's smiling and when it's below 30 never smiling, thank goodness he's not here, i don't want to see him pouting. >> you've seen that happen before. time four your seven early movers, herbalife will hold that the company
. nothing special about the design. this is the best selection of android apps. gerri: how about microsoft surface? >> this is a device that is built for productivity. microsoft designed this microsoft surface tablet. it has a kick stand. it comes with a keyboard. that is something that you could not be do without. this is a powerful device. some people say they are going to buy this, but they know they will have to do work on it. [talking over each other] microsoft designed this with productivity in mind. again, this is one of the widest devices on the market. gerri: okay, lance, thank you for coming on. that is a big help to people. maybe we can get some of those full-screen on the website. it really lays out how to make that decision. >> we have a ton of information. [talking over each other] gerri: we will be right back with my "two cents more". and the answer to the question today. does president obama over toward another bailout? male announcer ] how do you trade? with scottrader streaming quotes, anyay you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, o
right now. microsoft is also, well, soft. similar story for research in motion. rim plunged 23% on concerns of its services and business. we approach the tail end of the holiday shopping season. home depot, by the way, solidly in the grain. one of the best performers on the dow this year. walmart just barely on the upside. costco slightly down. that gets you up to speed on the market and some of the stocks making moves. let's get right to the floor show. let's begin with ben willis. here we are, just in no wait and see mode as nothing, nothing is coming out of washington. >> i think the tape is basically on wait and see mode. this is kind of a waste of a clean shirt and bus fare on a day like today. ashley: if you are going to ask santa for something in regards to the market, what would you ask for? >> to take away the microphones and cameras away until they get something resolved on the fiscal cliff. ashley: ira, tell me about today's trade and what you are expecting in the coming week at the cme? >> i think we will go through a quiet time. i am talking the stock indices, it w
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of a stage mother's daughter". melissa: i love you. lori: don't forget where your allies are. microsoft angling for a greater share the mobile market but will they pay pc prices? melissa: america's opinion of the least trustworthy profession. that is just ahead. >> i'm robert gray with your fox business brief. stocks moving lower as investors remain focused on washington and the fiscal cliff negotiation. right now the dow is near the lows of the session, off by 52 points. >>> fifth and pacific named former kenneth cole cole chief executive paul blum to lead the juicy couture brand. he takes over as ceo effective immediately. the company in october lowered the full-year forecast and blamed the short fall on sagging sales at juicy. selling its computers is services to equifax for a billion dollars in cash. csc faced several challenges over the past year including a dispute over its contract to provide electronic patient records for britain's national health service. that is the latest from the fox business network, giving you the power to prosper lori: in congress we trust? not so much. n
to go 90s in tech and, cisco, microsoft and intel but they got too big, earnings be celebrated and they were sent back into oblivion. not saying the same thing will happen to apple but what i'm saying is the stock is in trouble and the big-money crowd continues to sell. gerri: do we love apple stock too much? is that what is going on here? >> yes, it is over old. if anything goes wrong, only one is left to do, that is selling. a lot of big funds have 50-100% of their dollars in that one stock, apple, because it made so much money from it and they don't want to let go of it because it has done so well for them in the past. we have to be careful of that. what is happening with the stock right now, there is no doubt the hands have been raised in a lot of selling.o what i would tell people right now is if you're doing any buying make sure you have a lot of comes. you'll take some white swings. that's what happens and you gets this wild trading an analyst, upgrading, downgrading, saying everything is okay. be be careful. gerri: a lot of the mutual fund managers have bought in whethe
ruining the season as kids get more accustomed to technology? >> microsoft windows 8 gets more bad press today, as "the new york times" said it is not leading to a boost in pc sales. is there anything that can turn that lagging sector around? futures moving lower, as concerns about the fiscal cliff talks weigh on the market. talks about progress toward a deal sent the down lower by almost 521 points on friday. s&p up almost 14% on the year. it's interesting, this year we've had so many unnatural phenomenon taking place, whether it's the effects of the fed's monetary policy, year end, fiscal cliff tax related issues. the motivations are a little bit different this time around than they were last year. >> yeah. it's not as pressing, some would argue. some were actually saying on friday, maybe it would have been better if the markets had a sharper sell-off because that could have forced the lawmakers to do something as opposed to leave for obama to have a hastily called friday evening press conference saying, you know what, congress, you have ten days, you go work it out. it's doable. >> it
? specifically intel and hp? >> let's look at intel, hp and also throw microsoft into the mix. one of the things we look at when we're looking at our expectations for the next year is how the stocks are performing fundamentally, technically and what the sent in the backdrop is. with all three of these companies, these are kind of like the whip manufacturers when you're seeing more cars driving down the street right now. that's kind of what i'd paint a picture for these. unfortunately, they are very large. it's going to take a long time for them to start to adapt to the changes in technology. these were innovators a decade or two ago and now they have become those companies that it's very hard for them to move the need. think about them trying to turn a cruise liner around in the hudson river. going to go back and forth and get very little progress here. i think that's what you look at for these companies in 2013. the analysts, unfortunately, have loved them. lots of mutual funds hold them, and when they start to underperform i think we're going to see those people move away from those large tech
? > > i think the big question everyone has to ask themselves is, do i need microsoft, cisco, and intel in my portfolio? they have been laggards for years. microsoft at least has been paying some good dividends. it's kind of appreciated somewhat over the past couple of years. but you know, that pc market is not really happening; it's all the tablets and the smartphones. so, you have to ask yourself, next year, do i keep these stocks in my portfolio? so many people own them. > yes or no? what is the answer? > > i am going to give them another year, but intel is really on the chopping block, despite the fact it pays such a good yield. but we just have to see what the business trends are going to be in the first quarter. > thank you matt. have a good one. > > thank you. in our cover story, house republicans' counter-offer in fiscal cliff negotiations with president obama takes away a white house argument that the republicans have no plan and puts medicare on the table for discussion. the republican counter-offer would raise $800 billion through tax reform and cut $600 billion from federal
's about a 5% stake. back in april, microsoft made a $300 million investment in the unit. looking at the players: shares of barnes and noble jumped more than 4% to almost $15 a share. pearson slipped a fraction. and microsoft lost 1.5%. wal-mart plans to start monitoring the warehouses of subcontractors it uses here in the u.s. the program stems from complaints of poor worker treatment at the warehouses. shares of wal-mart fell slightly closing at $67.61. some turbulence in merger talks between american airlines and u.s. airways. the two pilot unions face obstacles on contract terms. a.m.r., the parent of american airlines is still trying to get out of bankruptcy. shares of u.s. airways fell more than 2%. also in the airline space, the federal communications commission says it has established rules that will make it easier for companies to offer internet service on board airplanes. but shares of the major airlines were all down. electronic arts is ending its marketing partnership with gun manufacturers as the company tries to distance itself from the real-world sale of assault wea
these for their regular business own some of these data centers, everything from walmart to microsoft. but there's also a culture or a commerce of renting space in data centers, huge data centers, and those are lesser known names like ec by nix was mention inside the piece that will sell you time on servers. >> host: mr. glanz, what's contained within these warehouses buildings? >> guest: well, they're actually fairly boring places to visit. they're all stacked with these computers, modular computers called servers, one after the other after the other. it doesn't look like much, but they draw a lot of electricity and all the things that we rely on when we use the internet from the routing that we need to have our information go where we spend it to go to the -- intend it to go to the processing we need to happen when it arrives at one of these data centers, it all happens in one of these anonymous looking boxes called servers, thousands upon thousands of these things. >> host: so if somebody has a g mail account or a yahoo! account and they send it from their home computer, that e-mail goes through one
less tabs. several reports say the demand for microsoft's surface tablet is so weak that they cut the orders from the asian manufacturer in half. i own microsoft stock. lauren, where is it now? >> 1% and stuart, i feel bad for you, microsoft was the second worst performer in the dow jones for the month of november and needs all of the gains today. and you know, if you've ever walked past time square, i know it's kind of right by where we work. that surface pop-up store from microsoft is always jam packed, i guess it's in a busy area and it's surprising to see they're cutting back on orders. stuart: next time i go in there if i do. i'll press for an early dividend payout of microsoft's 50 billion dollars in cash so some of us can benefit before the end of the year, but i'm not holding my breath on that. all right, lauren, thanks very much indeed. by the way, the dow industrials opened 54 up almost 56, 1382 as of now. and we've been saying since election day on "varney & company," a carbon tax may be coming. california already has one and fueled by a new report on the melting polar
glasses 3-d printers and things like that. >> gavin: beyond that, what do where do you see microsoft playing? they're doing more off-line stores modeling the apple store. do you see windows 8 being competitive? what is your sense of where microsoft plays. >> i think that they, you know, it's 3% of people who have windows phones. that's a pretty small number but it's larger than existed a year ago. i think they'll continue to grow. they can continue to eat market share from google because google is not a very pretty experience, the google android devices. if you live in a window world you have an x-box and you play video games the microsoft experience is great because it all ties together. i can't see them doing innovative market unless they enter markets that don't exist. and right now these things are just rectangles. i do have another prediction next year. i've been fighting with the faa to try to let us use devices on airplanes on take off and landing? >> gavin: yes, tell me about that. >> it's not talking on cellphones. >> gavin: you don't care about our safety. >> it's total utt
the political spectrum in people that might otherwise be suing each other. there is apple. microsoft. at&t. but in the large companies are behind this. i think it has a lot of energy behind it. the bill coming out of committee is good, strong, bipartisan support and will strengthen the effort. i agree that there needs to be more discussion of this legislation. there needs to be hearings early next year. i think we have a good starting point. >> konrad motyka, how often in your job do you use the e-mails surges are cell phone searches -- searches or the cell phone searches? >> i am primarily in narcotics. i've not made the use of that as a tool in that particular arina. i do not want to put myself out there that uses it all the time. by could address what was said earlier. more concerns were brought to the debate fairly late. there is a bipartisan consensus to take a look at this and address it. i hope some of the law enforcement concerns will be taken into account. it does seem that the discussion will happen. i am happy to hear that. >> i've heard that before. law enforcement has been a
-- just as it's greatly depressed the sales of microsoft products. just to cite one very prominent example. microsoft systems, especially for pcs, are massively pirated throughout china. in fact, steve ballmer complained earlier this year that as a result of this rampant intellectual property theft microsoft is making less money in china than in the netherlands. >> right. >> i'm not saying that that same fate is going to befall apple but the same danger certainly exists and there's certainly an element of poetic justice here because companies like apple and like microsoft, and all the other outsourcing u.s. companies told us we should dramatically expand business dealings with china even though problems like intellectual property theft were far from being solved. >> you know, max, if apple can't get a deal with china mobile which has 80% of the market, why sell iphone in china at all, especially when we're talking about such rampant piracy itself? >> a good question. speaks to the bigger issue. china mobile wasn't willing to cut the huge kind of subsidy deals that apple relies on with carr
santa every year and here is a look at where he is now. this year norad has partnered with microsoft service to help track santa around the world. >>> this year we will be in more busy in the usual toy drive. they will be at the union square restaurant and you don't even have to get out of your car. cab drivers will also pick up your donation for free. >>> you will see sal castaneda out there and he has done that event in the past. i forgot to ask him. sal castaneda is off today, maybe he is out there, here is tara moriarty. >>> we have a crash near caesar chavez, want you to be aware of that. on the off ramp, a car is in the process of being moved over to the shoulder. let's take a look outside, you can see traffic is moving nicely into san francisco right now and at the golden gate bridge, same story, there is a little bit of condensation making your way into the city and finally 280 at the 880 split, traffic is flowing nicely in all directions, here is more. >>> no rain in store for your monday. that storm that passed through yesterday, they are causing all kinds of trouble and th
that the new phones running on microsoft software are already being sold at a discount. is it a sign that the windows 8 phone is already dead, and if so, should you buy apple instead? let's talk about that talking numbers. on the technical side abigail doolittle, equity strategist and jeff kilberg, our founder and ceo at kkm financial. good to see you both. welcome. abigail, you've been bearish on apple for a while. does it mean you like nokia instead? tell us what you think. >> apple continues to look very bearish to me. it's trading in a confirmed double top. this pattern has been confirmed for more than a week now. it's careying a target of 353 so apple could actually tumble another 30% from here. supporting that double top, the fact that it's a very reliable pattern once confirm. a recent death cross suggests that the selling momentum has increased. plus, there are unfilled caps, gaps, down near 331 and 431, excuse me and 386. overall i think that app continues to look very strong on the downside target. nokia, on the other hand, is trading on the inverse of that entire pattern s
in 2004. >> microsoft says it's boosted production of the surface tab blet hitting stores in the u.s. and australia as soon as this week. now providing sales numbers for the device but says public reaction to surface has been exciting to see. microsoft converting holiday stores into permanent locations. look at markets now. stocks closing higher in washington. as for your bloomberg skamy index, it closed higher as well. finally expect to see changes to your yahoo e mail. attracts more mobile users first major product unveiling since the eeo took over this year. >> thank you. >> some big changes today weather wise. it's a remarkable shift three locations for thex'6 day. here is a live view from our mount tam camera looking over clouds in the atmosphere, low breaks of sun here and there. we won't be seeing sunshine very longsvñaj. we don't see rainfall in the bay area just yet. it's just hours away and north at the moment. up around eureka there is quite a bit of rainfall. and towards mendocino county probably reaching into northern most parts of sonoma county. we're going to get w
eventually give forest to become part of a big company. so you don't get the microsoft and apple on the scale we get in this country. so you look the 1970s. terrible decade. microsoft, apple, oracle, charles schwab, southwest airlines, fedex and others. a capital system can nurture them, get them to grow and be independent companies of the future. so again, europe is a 2%, weaker at 3.5 even though it had the largest economy we have the capital markets to adjust and if government ends of messing up the markets as it does when it trashes the dollar, you get new instruments to come in that deal with it and try to make money off of it. or do you stabilize the dollar? a lot of that stuff goes away because it's not needed anymore. >> is a time in your view to and the post office monopoly? >> other countries have been ahead of us in privatizing the post office. one of the chapters is called fedex or the post office and fedex symbolizes in a very real way the creativity of delivering new ways of being efficient, doing things differently in the post office symbolizes sluggish service, lack of innovat
should be free? >> this is the divide with kugel and microsoft to get rid of copyrights but they cannot live on she's. some of them came and. >> and biscuits and rice. >> why we are here. >> are you on this attitude was publishing and finance? >> we have an instinct for the people that produce literature or history but we're not in the business to make lot. and we have an instinct wanting to have access. there is the distinction between supporting the concept that is a powerful question. coming from the legislative background of a fairly narrow commercial interest dictated a process added period of time i doubt if exactly the same decisions would pass with today's environment to. if it is pared back we'll be part of the legislators but the copyright to itself should be maintained in this framework is the question. >> spending any money on the book? >> they will spend money. >> it would help. there are materials with the things that libraries all over the world and that is why we're very hopeful the digital public library of america will help with the digitization and also the projects f
million investment in its nook media unit. that's about a 5% stake. back in april, microsoft made a $300 million investment in the unit. looking at the players: shares of barnes and noble jumped more than 4% to almost $15 a share. pearson slipped a fraction. and microsoft lost 1.5%. wal-mart plans to start monitoring the warehouses of subcontractors it uses here in the u.s. the program stems from complaints of poor worker treatment at the warehouses. shares of wal-mart fell slightly closing at $67.61. some turbulence in merger talks between american airlines and u.s. airways. the two pilot unions face obstacles on contract terms. a.m.r., the parent of american airlines is still trying to get out of bankruptcy. shares of u.s. airways fell more than 2%. also in the airline space, the federal communications commission says it has established rules that will make it easier for companies to offer internet service on board airplanes. but shares of the major airlines were all down. electronic arts is ending its marketing partnership with gun manufacturers as the company tries to distance itself
-tech company like apple or microsoft or ebay or amazon, they were all nurtured by high income people putting money in early on to these startup companies. we dramatically cut the capital gains tax rate from 40% to 20% before, so what we are going to do is kill america's entrepreneurial economy. gerri: let's get into the details of this. why you would want to keep these capital gains taxes low. you say it is an issue of double taxation. >> that's right. corporate profits are taxed at the corporate level. and they are taxed again at the individual level. with the dividend and catal gains taxes. george bush, to his credit, tried to do something about that and he chopped the dividend and capital gains tax down to 15%. the effect of that was to reduce the incentive for corporations to take on too much debt. if you tax equity too much, corporations take on too much debt. then it's more likely that they become bankrupt and to destabilize the whole system. gerri: you talk a little bit about competitiveness. let's detail that. low capital gains is important to our nation's competitiveness. but also,
mother country against this time no muss cet, u.k. sides u.s. companies like microsoft, and amazon, and starbucks of dodging taxes in the u.k., but all 4 companies are saying what they are doing is legal, and by british financial law, went their rights it is british government's fault for not closing the hoop holes that many of the companies are taking full advantage of. good to have you. >> thank you. neil: what do you make of this? >> put it this contact, for the moment, britain. david cameron came into power. neil: they are sweating a lot. >> they instigated deficit reduction it has been tough times, britain with a double dip recession this year, so, it is all about shared sacrifice, everyone from the queen, doing their bit. neil: does the queen sacrifice? >> she seen as not taking -- but all about everybody on the budget. then you have starbucks that found out, you can't move the starbucks in britain, taking away a lot of traditional british tea shops have you starbucks. it has moved in over a third of coffee shops are starbucks. past 14 years starbucks paid lesser than 1% in c
, is that fair? we're dealing with that today. i'm waiting for my special dividend from microsoft, but the company i own shares in has ramped up production of its new surface tablet. maybe that will help the stock. are you listening, steve ballmer? nicole, pre-market, where is the stock? >> stuart, you're making me laugh already and the show has barely begun. you're waiting for your special dividend? clamoring? okay, fine. you may have heard a shriek and a cheer out of the green room earlier this morning when i was getting my makeup done when i saw the headline that microsoft is ramping up production of the surface tablet in order to get it out to third party retailers. here is a look at the stock, it's going to have an up arrow, stuart. >> yeah, i mean, look, out of call of this, they said nothing about a special dividend. let's get that clear. and looks like it's going to be up in the early going, i live in hope, nicole, more proof that the california is the formerly golden state. and tens of thousands leaving and is mike reagan ready to join them in the mass exodus. make it wit
. alleged flaw in microsoft's internet explorer could have attackers following every move of your mouse. shibani joshi has the details. more invasion of privacy is this? >> well, it's a flaw in the internet explorer security browser. so basically what the attackers are doing, they're going in and watching what you're doing with your mouse and your activity over all on the browser. this has the potential to affect a lot of people out there. you love it or hate it, people are using internet explorer. 49% of the globe used it in the month of november, according to net market share. and a security firm has come out overnight saying it has discovered this hole. basically what it is doing, tracking what you're doing, using your mouse. this is an issue, online banks, for example, what they do, they track what you do on a virtual keyboard. outen have to enter in the password or account details and they can follow this and mimic it. you get into cybersecurity here. so this is something the industry is talking about today. lori: has microsoft had a response? >> they certainly have. we've got a st
's loyalty there. but balmer is running a circus at microsoft right now. windows 8 is not anything that he thought it would be. the surface tablet the same thing. i think they have an opportunity at xbox, that they're not taking advantage of. it's a matter of not being aggressive and going with the same old tools and working out of the same old toolbox. i know david is there. the interviews he's done with meg whitman is unbelievable. he asked her how many different ways why are you still in the printing business, meg? she gives the same answer over and over again. we need transformational ceos in the tech companies or they'll go by the wayside. >> you cite actually marisa meyer, and the yahoo effect she has by moving over. to that end, talk me through where you are on other companies that might be drawn into that. >> well, i think best buy was the best example. they had the same search firm that was -- you know, that found marisa meyer, or suggested marisa meyer at yahoo!. you've got to give them a lot of credit for making that move. the investors are excited, the stock is up 25% since she
testing... microsoft is releasing its social network called "socl" it's a search-meets- social networking website that looks more like pinterest than facebook. it was only available to microsoft employees and college students... now everyone with a microsoft or facebook account can access it. we will be right back. 4:12 this bay bridge toll plaza with areas of fog north. visibility is down to about 2 mi.. keep that in mind going through the north bay. we will be right back. (music) =dj >> drivers along the golden gate bridge will soon get an extra wall of protection in the middle of the roadway. the proposed moveable median barrier... is expected to prevent head- on collisions like the one that occurred yesterday morning. this is video from sky 7 hd abc 7 news - the c-h-p says, the driver of a lexus, traveling southbound, plowed into a volkswagen traveling the opposite direction estimated to cost more than 26-million dollars and should be complete by 2014. >> there are some areas of fog. >> yes. with high pressure building along the eastern pacific. this is what will keep us free o
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and microsoft or some other program. so the electronic aspect of it is already there and with the text, there is no reason not to provide that link. a couple other things. in decision points 2-chapter 2, ii, section d for david, subsection 2. that and chapter 3, iii, section b, subsection 2 differ in setting the majority threshold. majority vote threshold to determine whether a respondent violated the sunshine ordinance. 2, ii d2 states three votes would be required to declare that the respondent did not violate the ordinance. 3, iii b declares three votes are required to declare that the respondent did violate the ordinance. consistency this language is really always the better option. in decision point 2, ii e, and 3 iii c they do not address what would happen if a respondent failed to comply with an order from the commission or if the respondent's employing entity refused to pay a commission-imposed fine and, by the way,, i will add that i do not believe in fining a respondent's employing entity a good idea. if there is a fine, it should go to the respondent. >> david pillpa, agai
, microsoft, at&t,g intel, adobe, a lot of the largu companies in this space are behind this legislation. i think it has a lot of energy behind it. the bill coming out of committee with a good, strong bipartisan support is going to strength in the coalition, strengthened the effort. i agree that there needs to be more discussion of this legislation. there needs to be hearings early next year. but i think we have a good starting point now in a good place from which to move forward. >> host: konrad motyka, how often in your job to use the e-mail searches or cell phone searches? >> guest: my primary experience has been in the investigation of organized crime and narcotics. i personally haven't made tremendous use of that as a tool in that particular arena. so i don't want to put myself out there someone who uses it all the time. if i could address briefly what was said earlier, law-enforcement law-enforcement concerns are threat to the debate fairly late. i am hard and as mr. nojeim said that there's a consensus to take a look and address it and that's law-enforcement concerns will be taken in
hombre, un alto ejecutivo de microsoft, abrirÁ tiendas de marihuana en washington y colorado, hasta ayer era narcotraficante, hoy es empresario innovador. >>> nuestro objetivo son los baby boomers que pudieron probar la marihuana en la universidad, ahora lo harÁn de manera segura. lo hizo de diferentes maneras de empacar y presentar para hacerla atractiva. el estado tiene un aÑo para otorgarle licencia a los negocios y regularlos y a los que la procesan y venden. >>> esperamos traer 500 millones de dÓlares por aÑo en nuevos impuestos y ganancias. >>> bueno, la aprobaciÓn de la marihuana en washington se aprobÓ por voto popular, el mayor punto de controversia, que contradice la ley federal, el vocero de la casa blanca, dijo que es un delito federal, el departamento de justicia no hizo un cambio en la polÍtica que prohÍbe sustancias controladas, marÍa elena. >>> gracias vilma, vamos con fÉlix y un adelanto de la ediciÓn nocturna, cuÉntanos. >>> estamos a un mes que tome posesiÓn el presidente chÁvez, y tiene 21 dÍas sin apariciÓn pÚblica, genera rumores de la salud y cÓmo
. >> reporter: a former microsoft executive has plans for up market marijuana shops. >> we're positioning premium marijuana similar to a fine cigar. something to be saverred. something to be consumed in moderation. >> reporter: the new stores would be modeled after those in many states for alcohol. by next month a similar law will go into effect in colorado. but all those big plans could go up in smoke because of federal law. the justice department says it's studying the situation here in washington but the feds have warned residents of the state that under federal law all marijuana use is illegal. >> well, if you've ever bashed a business online, beware. those nasty comments could cost you. a virginia woman got slapped with a $700,000 lawsuit for criticizing her contractor. her scathing reviews on angies list and yelp included pictures of the jobs. when she suggested that he also stole her jewelry, then she crossed line. he fired back with a $700,000 defamation lawsuit. >> i think we presented evidence the work was not completed, he charged for work that had not been done and that the wo
. >> is blackberry in your list in the top ten? >> not even close. >> microsoft is? >> microsoft is. microsoft windows 8 is a huge thing. microsoft windows has missed the boat on a tablet. they have a phone, nobody cares. the market reality right now. this windows 8 is their last best hope to become players on tablets, smart phones, stay of course on computers and bring the xbox in together with all those other products. that is their game. they have to execute on it next year. >> people aren't carrying about the surfers. >> it's not caring. people don't care. it's the first tablet that can replace your laptop. we're big fans of it, but the sales numbers are very tiny. >> who's the most influential leader or person? >> probably going to go down to our person of the year in the 100, tim cook at apple, because of two things. apple remains so incredibly influential. this legal case which is our top story of the year, samsung versus apple. they're trying to get a couple dozen samsung products banned. this was a watershed moment. it was also very clearly indicating that the world is not about apple
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